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Abstract from returns of the Army of Tennessee, &c.-Continued.

DECEMBER 10.

Present for duty.

Effectiv Aggre-

Command. Offi- Men. e gate

cers. total pre-

present. sent.

General staff 21

and escort. 149 149 194

Hardee's corps:

Staff and 21 97 97 147

escort.

Cheatham's 428 3,555 3,451 4,979

division.

Stevenson's 459 4,953 4,831 6,465

division.

Cleburne's 478 4,963 4,817 6,847

division.

Walker's 282 3,470 3,388 4,748

division.

Artillery. 52 1,146 1,106 1,334

Total Hardee's 1,720 18, 24,520

corps. 184 17,690

Breckinridge's

corps:

Staff and 22 114 112 187

escort.

Hindman's 509 4,766 4,603 6,290

division.

Stewart's 424 3,985 3,867 5,254

division.

Breckinridge's 494 4,318 4,163 5,790

division.

Artillery. 46 1,022 976 1,205

Total

Breckinridge's 1,495 14, 13,721 18,726

corps. 205

1st Louisiana

[Regulars]

Infantry 5 67 62 81

(detached).

Engineer 16 437 434 518

troops.

Cavalry Corps. 1,058 10, 10,502 14,013

695

1st Louisiana

Cavalry 17 180 179 239

(detached).

Reserve 22 379 357 462

Artillery.

Grand total. 4,354 44, 43,094 58,753

296

CONTINUATION:

Aggregate Aggregate

Command. present and present and Pieces of

absent. absent last artillery.

return.

General staff 232 216

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and escort.

Hardee's

corps:

Staff and 329 333

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escort.

Cheatham's 12,321 12,669

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division.

Stevenson's 12,563 12,955

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division.

Cleburne's 10,971 11,389

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division.

Walker's 8,973 8,269

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division.

Artillery. 2,053 2,044 48

Total 47,210 47,659 48

Hardee's

corps.

Breckinridge'

s corps:

Staff and 269 264

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escort.

Hindman's 11,561 12,252

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division.

Stewart's 11,795 11,273

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division.

Breckinridge' 10,637 8,086

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s division.

Artillery. 1,528 1,630 30

Total

Breckinridge' 35,790 33,505 30

s corps.

1st Louisiana

[Regulars] 204 204

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Infantry

(detached).

Engineer 628 626

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troops.

Cavalry 28,225 14,450 25

Corps.

1st Louisiana

Cavalry 367 387

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(detached).

Reserve 597 481 11

Artillery.

Grand total. 113,253 97,528 114

Numbers 218.

Organization of the Army of Tennessee, General Braxton Bragg, C. S. Army, commanding, November 20, 1863.*

GENERAL HEADQUARTERS.

1st Louisiana (regulars), [Colonel James Strawbridge.]

1st Louisiana Cavalry, [Major J. M. Taylor.]

LONGSTREET'S ARMY CORPS.+

M'LAWS' DIVISION.

Kershaw's Brigade.

2nd South Carolina, Colonel John D. Kennedy.

3rd South Carolina, Colonel James D. Nance.

7th South Carolina, Colonel D. Wyatt Aiken.

8th South Carolina, Colonel John W. Henagan.

15th South Carolina, Colonel Joseph F. Gist.

3rd South Carolina Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel William G. Rice.

Humphreys' Brigade.

13th Mississippi, Colonel Kennon McElroy.

17th Mississippi, Colonel William D. Holder.

18th Mississippi, Colonel Thomas M. Griffin.

21st Mississippi, Colonel William L. Brandon.

Wofford's Brigade.

16th Georgia, Colonel Henry P. Thomas.

18th Georgia, Colonel S. Z. Ruff.

24th Georgia, Colonel Robert McMillan.

Cobb's Legion, Lieutenant Colonel Luther J. Glenn.

Phillips' Legion, Lieutenant Colonel E. S. Barclay.

3rd Georgia Battalion Sharpshooters, Lieutenant Colonel N. L. Hutchins, jr.

Bryan's Brigade.

10th Georgia, Colonel John B. Weems.

50th Georgia, Colonel Peter McGlashan.

51st Georgia, Colonel Edward Ball.

53rd Georgia, Colonel James P. Simms.

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*The artillery assignments indicated were made in circular of this date from General Bragg's headquarters. Return of strength for this date not found.

+Detached November 4, for operations in East Tennessee.

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